1. It has been 50 years since President Johnson declared a war on poverty. Is America better off now? Helping to answer this question is Special Anchor Maria Shriver, and Member the Council of Economic Advisors Betsey Stevenson.
2. Maria Shriver's non-profit released its newest "Shriver Report" on how poverty is affecting women. At the table to discuss the gender wage-gap and access to education are unemployed public worker Nancy Penn and co-founder and co-director of Care Congress, Ai-jen Poo.
3. How are younger women faring in this economy? What kind of support are economically disadvantaged women receiving? Joining Chris Hayes to discuss are Associate Professor of Public Health at Drexel University Mariana Chilton, Shift Supervisor at Kentucky Fried Chicken Shanita Simon-Toussaint, and Organizer for the National Alliance of HUD Tenants, Melissa Ortiz.
4. What does the War on Poverty 2.0 look like? Joining Chris Hayes to talk solutions are New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, California Rep. Barbara Lee, President of Center for American Progress Neera Tanden, and Chair of Boston Women's Workforce Council, Cathy Minehan.